Yesterday I was speaking to a friend when another woman I had never met, joined our conversation (to speak with the woman I was initially talking with). I paused, stepped back and waited for the interrupter to finish when I happened to look down and noticed Ms. Buttinski was wearing these...
Split-toe Nike's that are without a doubt constructed to double as a CAMEL TOE. Ugh!
Hers were brown, which strikingly resembled camel's hooves. I had to step away before I let out one of my famous cackles. I don't get it?!
Could someone please explain to me why Nike thought making a split hoof looking shoe for women was a good idea?
I do realize these are inspired by Japanese tabi shoes but seriously, this is not the edgy, fashion-forward statement I would want to be making.
This picture does not do the shoe justice. To look down and see these on someone's feet is so confusing you just have to laugh out loud.
The woman wearing them was otherwise totally put together except for her hooves as feet.
It's just weird. Yes, beauty is in the eye of the beholder but seriously, who really needs a camel toe shoe? Aren't there enough jokes already?
Who's brave enough to admit they own these? And then please explain what you see in them. What am I missing?
When did cloven-hooves become cool? I am seriously afraid of what will be next.
Then I found these. Honestly, for me, there are no words.
Seriously, these are spooky, kooky and ooky.
Will these get you in touch with your inner-species?
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